|Dr Rabbi's talk at Shepparton, Victoria.|
|One of the best specimens on display |
at the National Dinosaur Museum
At the time they were thought to be as old as the Silurian, though it’s now recognised the original site only dates back to the Devonian. Other sites have been found nearby that do indeed date back to the first date, meaning the Yea fossils are still of great historical importance.
|Clearly visible are the small, hair-like|
structures considered to be the
world's 1st leaves.
One looked like a worms burrow to me, though it could just as easily been a prehistoric sock.
|Surely one of the world's more picturesque fossil sites|